My Reflection On Language Development

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There is so much information that I have learned throughout this class on Language Development. The language acquisition part that I learned is that the LAD which is the physiological part of the child’s brain operates on the linguistic data of a child’s language to produce grammar of the child’s native tongue. The LAD is a word processor in the brain. The Children can learn any language because the knowledge that the children absorb and process. To refer to a child as a cryptographer because they that have to comprehend the language to figure out the mother language. It was interesting to see how the child can learn a different language from the beginning and at such a young age. To know that the newborns begin to detect the sounds of their …show more content…
That does not mean that the child is not learning, because children like that can still listen and they can be picking up some words in the English language. I learned that every child learns differently some may seem fast and some may seem slow, but they all learn at different rates. I learned that if I implement language in rhymes, songs, and games it will help the child to interact more and help with the language development. The more you get the child to talk the more you can see if they have a speech problem or they are just not developed yet. My assumptions on language is that it is easy to tell if a child has a disability and that it is easy to tell if they have a disability. I was wrong on my concept because it takes time to see if the stuttering will increase or decrease and to see if the child is improving. You need to have patience with each disability and be understanding and this is another misconception because I thought it would be easy to help a child that stutters, but it is not because I have seen from the book that it is easy to get upset and you have to learn to control your feelings. The way you feel can cause someone that stutters to regress, get mad, and not talk at …show more content…
The more you talk to these children the more they will start to comprehend and start saying actual words like mama dada just like I saw with Mrs. E Seeing how the child listens and reacts to mother’s voice from day one is just amazing. Children are like sponges they absorb the language and they pick it up quick. The understanding that all children develop differently is very true. Seeing the different stages of language development in each child was very exciting to me to see what I was looking for in the process of language development the different sounds and the different the phonological process of speaking The way the form and say the letters and certain letters how they can be a sign that a child needs help like when Miss P. was stuttering and repeating words like when she said I want more milk, and it was said, IIII wwwant mmmmillkkk. She was seen that she had a stuttering problem and to see how they took the steps to see the problem and how to start the therapy for Miss. P. The unique thing about this is the therapy for the child was mainly the parent working with her at home and asking her to take her time and speak slowly. Seeing a child go from one word utterances to two-word sentences is just so

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